Dr. Cheré D. Hunter
Dr. Hunter, teaching assistant professor and director of the Community Voices Clinic in South Bethlehem, is a counseling psychologist who specializes in serving individuals who exhibit high-risk behaviors; children and adolescents in the foster system; providing crisis and risk management; and working with racial and ethnic minorities. Assistant Professor Hunter has worked in a variety of settings including hospitals (both inpatient and outpatient), community-based agencies, schools, and provided in-home, mental-health crisis care. She has a special interest in supervision and training and has extensive experience supervising both graduate and doctoral students. Professor Hunter's clinical and scholarly interests include the impact of trauma on children and adolescents, culturally competent care and supervision, and the impact of colorism on individuals and families.